College of Design News

From Costa Rica to PPPM, A Q&A with Jove Rousseau

The Master of Public Administration student and UO Office of the Vice President for Finance and Administration employee tells his story.

Good Morning America Highlights the College of Design’s COVID-19 Research

Architecture Professor Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg explains how testing buildings could be key to mitigating virus transmission.

Design for Spatial Justice Fellow Tackles Systemic Racism in Architecture

Architect, scholar, and activist Craig Wilkins asks for a moral reckoning in the field of architecture.

HAA Alumna Curates Show on Great American Etcher

Emily Shinn captures the career and legacy of Mildred Bryant Brooks at the JSMA.

A-Frame Revival

Princeton Architectural Press issues a second edition of Historic Preservation Assistant Professor Chad Randl’s seminal book.

Oregon Quarterly Highlights Architecture Professor’s COVID-19 Research

The magazine features the work of Kevin Van Den Wymelenberg, BioBE, and IHBE investigating the virus in the built environment.

Sustainable Architecture as Protest

Metropolis Magazine features Erin Moore’s ‘Pipeline Portal’ pavilions placed along the route of the proposed Pacific Connector Pipeline.

PPPM Professor Researches COVID-19’s Effects on Lifestyle and Transportation

Rebecca Lewis joins two research teams examining how the pandemic shapes consumer and transportation choices.

New Book by Roxi Thoren Featured in Landscape Architecture Magazine

In Farmscape, the professor of landscape architecture and her co-author Phoebe Lickwar investigate agriculture as a design practice.

College of Design Students Win UO Entrepreneurial Awards

The UO recognizes Sports Product Design student Jessie Silbert for her perfomance maternity wear line and MArch student Alex Balog for his basking shark filter.

College of Design Congratulates Seven Faculty on Tenure and Promotion

The UO promoted or granted tenure to 101 faculty members, including seven from the College of Design.

Celebrating Robert Parker—Three Decades of Mentorship and Community Advocacy

The longtime IPRE director will retire in July to focus on COVID-19 economic and community recovery.

Art and the Mighty Western Fence Lizard

Art Professor Carla Bengtson discusses Every Word Was Once an Animal, an exhibition at the JSMA and online hailing the communication skills of the blue-bellied lizard.

Runner’s World Features Sports Product Design Student’s Project for Paralympian Athletes

Sarah Klecker designed Paralympic uniforms, waterproof training gear, and push gloves for elite female wheelchair-racing athletes.

PPPM’s Ben Clark Talks to The New Yorker about Oregon COVID-19 Testing

The associate professor explains a study's findings that state testing abilities remain insufficient.